It’s All Natural, Baby

 Article Meg Simon | Photography Simply Suzy Photography  Meet Sarah and JP, co-founders of Chasing Windmills, a Denver-based company that makes children’s clothing and nursery bedding from merino wool — a lightweight, quick-drying, odor resistant and impossibly soft fabric. Sarah and JP first met in their freshman dorm just a few days into their undergraduate years at Bowdoin College in…

Asher’s House

 Article Carolyn Davidson | Photography Kylie Fitts  As the owner of RiNo’s Rifugio Modern, Brian Pignanelli spends a lot of his day looking at modern design and furniture — and he’s clearly a lover of the style. So when you first walk up to his Victorian Farmhouse home in the historic district of LoHi, you may be surprised. After all,…

Mealtime sans Meltdowns

 Article Kelli Ruhl | Photography Illustration Sarah Leituala  1 Lowry Beer Garden  LowryBeerGarden.com

24 hours with…

 Article Layne Elizabeth | Photography Abigail LaFleur-Shaffer  Abigail LaFleur-Shaffer's (@abi.lafleur) rise to Instagram fame came as a complete shock as she began posting photos of Kodiak (@kodiak_thebeardog) and Kuma (@kuma_thehuskybear) at the suggestion of a friend, who encouraged her to post some of her favorite photos online so her family and friends could keep up with the dogs’ many adventures.   She…

Eat The Rainbow

 Article Dana Lapinel | Photography Kelly Pfeiffer  It’s back-to-school time. Each morning will involve the organized chaos of getting the kids up, dressed, fed and out the door on time — don’t forget the packed lunch. Ideally, a healthy packed lunch.  This is where supermom and health blogger Kelly Pfeiffer comes in. In 2012 Pfeiffer launched her blog Nosh and…

Finding the Brotherhood of Fatherhood

 Article Ben Wiese | Photography Paternal Podcast  Upon entering into fatherhood, Nick Firchau quickly realized a dad’s support system was somewhat limited in comparison to the seemingly endless number of women discussing motherhood in one form or another. With a career in journalism in his back pocket and a clear vision for what was needed, he decided the best way…

A New Mold

 Article Camille Wilson | Photography Poppies + Paisley Photography  “I was always drawn to anything with warm earth tones of red and brown with bright pops of color, and I still love this color scheme across any culture, whether it is Colombian, American Indian, African or Oaxacan.”  Melissa Alves creates functional and ornamental ceramic art inspired by the beauty of…

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August 2018 Around Town

Your Next Hotel May Have an Attached Brewery or Distillery Capitalizing on a growing love of craft beer and spirits, more hotels are adding on-site breweries and distilleries to lure travelers into destination trips and longer stays. The Source Hotel in Denver features a branch of New Belgium Brewing devoted to small batch and sour beers just off … Continued

Westward Gallery – Kyle Still Landmarks of Creativity

Kyle Still's art — whether it be abstract or representational in paint, wood or clay — is often whimsical, sometimes troubling and always compelling. The exploration of styles, medium and subject matter reveal a piercing intellect that can not be contained in a single form of expression. His creations are a kaleidoscope of powerful emotions. Landmarks … Continued

John Atencio Kicks off Bubbles & Bites!

John Atencio kicked off the Bubbles & Bites on Saturday, July 7th as part of the 28th Annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival. As a proud sponsor of CCAF and a continued supporter of Arts and Arts education, John Atencio was the first stop in the Bubbles & Bites early morning tour – which included many of … Continued